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The Distribution of the Periodical Cicada in New England in 1906

International Journal of C. W. JOHNSON. IN New England the Periodical Cicada (Tibicen septendecim) of 1906, known as brood VIII (Marlatt) is confined to portions of Plymouth and Barnstable counties

Diptera Destroying Snails

International Journal of C. W. JOHNSON. the C. cassius described from the Congo. If the hypothesis which I advanced in my paper of 1928 be accepted, the latter specimen may be supposed to have been

Merope Tuber in Massachusetts

International Journal of C. W. JOHNSON. While collecting at Chester, Mass., July 5, 1913, I found a .specimen oi this interesting Mecopteron. The specimen was under a board on the dam of the little

Pelecinus Polyturator Drury

International Journal of 0 male, is in the local collection of the Wagner Free Institute of Science, Philadelphia. It was captured several years ago by Mr. Philip Nell , in Fairmount Park.--C. W ... . Johnson taken at this time. The plum, sand myrtle (in southern New Jersey) willow and other early spring flowers, and the sap of maple, birch, etc., usually attract them in considerable numbers

Some of the Diptera to be Collected During April and May

.--C. W. Johnson. Submit your manuscr ipts at http://www.hindawi.com Research International Stem Cells Signal Research International Anatomy Research International Biochemistry Enzyme Acids

The Distribution of the Periodical Cicada in New England in 1906

International Journal of C. W. JOHNSON. IN New England the Periodical Cicada (Tibicen septendecim) of 1906, known as brood VIII (Marlatt) is confined to portions of Plymouth and Barnstable counties

A Flight of Pieris Monuste

International Journal of A FLIGHT OF PIERIS MONUSTE C. W. JOHNSON. rounded and more anteroposteriorly compressed node. The antennae are 10-jointed as in luzonensis, with the funicular joints 3-8

Mantispa Interrupta and M. Brunnea in New England

International Journal of MANTISPA INTERRUPTA AND /[. BRUNNE/k IN NEW ENGLAND. C. W. JOHNSON 0 1 0 Centerville , Mass., July 1 Forel, A. 1908. (trans. Macleod Yearsley) The Senses of Insects. London ... Society of Natural History a specimen of this moth, taken at Cohasset, Mass., a number of years ago. C. W. JOHNSON. International Journal of Peptides Advance s in ht p:/ w w.hindawi.com Virol og y

A Note on the Distribution of Bittacomorpha jonesi

International Journal of TETTIGIDEAN NOTES A NEW SPECIES. BY A. P. MORSE WELLESLEY MASS. C. W. JOHNSON. AMONG some Tettiginae recently received for study from Mr. Wm. T. Davis I find a male and